Fall is almost here and so is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but that doesn’t mean healthcare systems are relegated to the same-old “Think Pink” promotions of years past. Now is the time to consider marketing to the average woman coming in for first-time mammograms.
One condition that is on our minds around this time of year is colorectal cancer. Fortunately, the number of people being screened is rising. That said, as a marketer, how do you set yourself apart from the crowd when it comes to marketing to a colorectal cancer audience?calls to action, Colorectal Cancer, early detection, health month, oncology, Screenings
In 2009 the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force published new recommendations suggesting women should start mammography screening at age 50 instead of age 40 which caused some confusion among patients. Because of Medicom’s proactive approach to updating the underlying methodology in HRAs, this health system jumped at the chance to use this tool.
Our Lung Cancer HRA can create internal, or intrinsic motivation for lung screenings by objectively quantifying whether or not someone should talk to a doctor about having a lung screening by delivering tailored advice based on personal risk factors and widely accepted guidelines.Ah-ha moments, health month, lung cancer, Lung Cancer Risk Assessment, lung screenings, motivate health behavior, population health, risk factors, save lives
Medicom Health has won two 2013 Winter/Spring Web Health Awards for the Knee & Hip Assessment and the Stroke Risk Assessment . The Knee & Hip Assessment received a Bronze Award in the Interactive Content/Rich Media category, while the Stroke Risk Assessment received a Merit Award in the Mobile App: Medical Education category.